San Diego, CAUSA 92126
May 15, 2011
The really neat ones are those that show creativity. Anyone can put camo tape on a small tube and hide it in a bush. However, the ones that are in plain site, and have been there for years, are the really impressive ones.
I had heard about geocaching years ago, but it was not until I was a "captive audience" (he was driving; I was *not* walking home) that I actually did it. Less than 10 months later I am neck deep in this. It's an OCD person's dream come true.
I have a Garmin eTrex Venture HC. Pretty low end, but it works for me.
Less than a year.
As of this writing, at least 522.
I was introduced to geocaching in August 2010. The next thing I know I'm figuring out Triple Crown's "Captain Bouchard's Treasure" (GC14BYG) without benefit of a GPS. Got one shortly thereafter and I've been on the go ever since.